From: Tony@halmarax.demon.co.uk (Tony Halmarack)
Subject: Where d'you want yer ton of bricks Guv?
Date: Fri, 19 Jul 1996 20:19:37 +0100
In message <199607180601.HAA18978@venus.co.uk> weed wrote:
> Hi Tony,
> > For instance, what would be the legal and logistical implications of
> > the following: One terminally ill or dying TWC member invites others
> > to a weekend gathering at their home. These individuals avail themselves
> > of the appropriate hallucinogens...
> One thing that's for sure, once we start doing this, the media and the
> law are gonna come down on us (u!) like the proverbial ton of bricks :)
Is this true though? After all, I suggested it mainly because I'd be
interested to know who could be arrested for breaking the law in such a situation?
If anyone involved in the hypothetical event was committing an arrestable offence in the gathering place, then the script would need to be modified
to satisfy the moral majority.
Ultimately, Big Brother can eat my shroud but I don't understand the point
of poking arthritic old lions with sticks just to see what they'll do.
> I estimate the odds of this mailing-list already being casually monitored
> by one establishment group or another at about 1 in 3 - how say u? :)
> weed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Funnily enough, two people with official looking addresses have just
unsubscibed, probably due to boredom and apathy.
Truly professional Thought Police would probably have Email addresses like:
They'd also try to encourage us all to tear of our clothes and
dance through the town chanting rude words like "bum" and "willy"
before they move in to score the requisite Brownie points.
Well, I suppose it keeps them off the streets and distracts them from
the obsessive masturbation they inevitably revert to when not busy saving
the world from deviants.
Still, it doesn't make you a bad person.
-- Tony Halmarack =(*)= Tony@halmarax.demon.co.uk